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WHAT DO YOU DO Barbara Fairchild - 1971 The doorbell rang, I answered, I thought no one was there I heard a voice, looked down to see a child was standing there She looked so sad and puzzled, and then she said to me I'm here to ask a question, won't you answer it for me What do you do to make my Daddy love you Do you put your arms around his neck and kiss his cheek like I do Do you take him by the hand and ask him to play This doesn't work for me anymore, you must have another way So I knelt down beside her and held her little hand I did my best to find the words that she might understand With tear-filled eyes she listened to what I had to say And with these words still on her lips, she turned and walked away What do you do to make my Daddy love you Do you put your arms around his neck and kiss his cheek like I do Do you take him by the hand and ask him to play This doesn't work for me anymore, you must have another way What do you do to make my Daddy love you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2006)

    


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